Kultur der Eingeborenen

Vor der Kulisse des Daintree Rainforest, des Great Barrier Reef und herrlicher Landschaften erhalten Sie eine neue Perspektive und lernen mehr über die traditionellen Methoden und Geschichten der Eingeborenen von Cairns und des Great Barrier Reef.

Beginnen Sie doch einfach hiermit:

  • Schnappen Sie sich einen Speer und jagen Sie an den Mangroven von Cape Tribulation frischen Fisch.
  • Lauschen Sie Ihrem Tourguide. Er erzählt Ihnen die verborgenen Geschichten der Eingeborenenkunst im Nationalpark.
  • Gehen Sie auf längere Walkabouts zu kulturell bedeutsamen Stätten der Eingeborenen. Hier bereiten und kosten Sie Bush Tucker und lernen traditionelle Fertigkeiten.
  • Feiern Sie die Kultur der Eingeborenen jedes Jahr im August beim Cairns Indigenous Art Fair und alle zwei Jahre beim Laura Aboriginal Dance Festival.

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Rainforestation Nature Park

Kuranda,
The award-winning Rainforestation Nature Park is a 100 acre (40 hectare) tourist attraction set in the midst of World Heritage Rainforest. 30 minutes by coach from Cairns and five minutes away from Kuranda Village.

Global Travel Services and Kuranda Hotel (Heritage Restaurant)

Multiple Locations
All aspects of the Global Travel Services (GTS) outfit focus on providing high quality, unique tour experiences in and around Cairns City. They pride themselves on world-class customer service, high level of coach safety and presentation, and punctuality.

Tjapukai Aboriginal Cultural Park

Smithfield, Cairns Area
From AU$62 - 123
Tjapukai Aboriginal Cultural Park is the ultimate place to experience the rich and ancient cultures unique to Australia's Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. For over 26 years the park has engaged, entertained and educated thousands through two very unique experiences known to many as "Tjapukai By Day" and "Tjapukai By Night", each distinctly different.

Flames Of The Forest

Multiple Locations
Experience food for the soul... Australia’s only rainforest dining experience, tucked away in a fairy tale pocket of natural beauty, Flames of the Forest is a world away from the everyday. Feel the wonder of this legendary place and transport yourself you into a world beyond your imagination so uplifting and relaxing for your soul you will never want to leave.

Walkabout Cultural Adventures

Port Douglas, Douglas Area
Experience a full or half day cultural adventure in the Port Douglas - Daintree region of Tropical North Queensland. Aboriginal guides explore Kuku Yalanji country, the only place where two world heritage sites meet, the world heritage listed Daintree Rainforest and the Great Barrier Reef and share the cultural connection the people have with their land.

Cairns Art Gallery

Cairns Area
Free Entry
The Cairns Art Gallery is one of Australia’s leading public galleries recognised for the excellence of its programs and collections relating to the unique heritage and living culture of North Queensland in the context of the world’s tropic zone and the Asia Pacific region.

Adventure North Australia

Multiple Locations
Adventure North Australia is a small group touring company with a great reputation. Their dedicated team have a strong customer focus and a commitment to delivering exceptional experiences for guests.

Mandingalbay Ancient Indigenous Tours

East Trinity,
Mandingalbay Ancient Indigenous Tours is 100 per cent owned and operated by the Mandingalbay Yidinji People. Mandingalbay Ancient Indigenous Tours launched in 2015 following negotiations with the Queensland State Government Department of Environmental Science to undertake commercial tours within Grey Peaks National Park.

The Bloomfield Track

Multiple Locations
The coastal drive to Wujal Wujal on the Bloomfield River and beyond is an unforgettable experience, full of spectacular views, creek crossings, secluded beaches, a rainforest archway, majestic plants, unexpected wildlife and history.

Nganyaji Interpretive Centre

Ravenshoe,
Free Entry
Opened in 2002 the Nganyaji Interpretive Centre is about the lives of the local indigenous people, the Jirrbal. The Jirrbal constructed bush material shelters in the rain forest and as there was permanent food and water did not go "walkabout" as did the inland aboriginals.
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